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Ster-Kinekor opens new cinema at Forest Hill Mall in Centurion

South Africa’s leading cinema chain is set to open another new site this week, as it continues t ...


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Al Jazeera’s Marwan Bishara investigates who is benefiting from the ‘rise’ of African countries

Al Jazeera’s Empire host, Marwan Bishara travels to Kenya to ask who is benefiting from th ...


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In the next episode of Special Assignment ...

In the next episode of Special Assignment, which airs on Sunday, 3 August at 20:00 on SABC3 ...


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MuzArt sign on to Dream Team SA

Chart topping, 5-piece musical collective, MuzArt, have officially signed to Dream Team SA. Thi ...


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Scripps Networks International, the leading global developer and broadcaster of lifestyle programming, has announced three new original commissions for Food Network in UK & EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa).


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SABC3 to feature The Man Cave from August

At last a show created by men, for men, starring alpha males Janez Vermeiren and Lunga Shabalal ...


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3 mistakes to avoid as a new journalist
Starting out as a journalist, it is very easy to feel overwhelmed by everything. Deadlines are tight, stories may be difficult to find and you are always have to think about the next one. Having said, a few mistakes do creep in.
3 blogging myths debunked
Blogging is a great way to get your opinions out. However, there are a number of myths that can leave people confused and perhaps even hesitant to start blogging in the first place. Fortunately, these myths are simply untrue.
Ster-Kinekor opens new cinema at Forest Hill Mall in Centurion
South Africa’s leading cinema chain is set to open another new site this week, as it continues to cater for the growing cinema-going market around the country. On Friday, 1 August, Ster-Kinekor will open the doors of an impressive state-of-the-art, eight-cinema complex in the new Forest Hill Mall in Centurion.
Al Jazeera’s Marwan Bishara investigates who is benefiting from the ‘rise’ of African countries
Al Jazeera’s Empire host, Marwan Bishara travels to Kenya to ask who is benefiting from the ‘rise’ of African countries - and whether the war on terror is turning the continent into ‘Africanistan.’
Newsclip gives back 67 minutes to UCPA this Mandela Day
This Friday, 18th July, Newsclip took part in the international call to action inspired by the 67 years Nelson spent fighting for freedom. The 67 minutes campaign issued by the Nelson Mandela Foundation invites members of society to give back, by dedicating 67 minutes of community service in honour of Nelson’s fight for freedom.
From doctor to stand-up comedian: the Scott Allen story
Some say that stand-up comedy is the hardest job in the world. I’d tend to agree. After all, you are placing yourself at the mercy of an unknown crowd, hoping that they will like you and laugh at your jokes. Not everyone is going to survive that. And yet, it’s a risk that Scott Allen decided to take.
Denwirh Smit appointed Direct Sales manager at Smile 90.4FM
Smile 90.4FM has recently appointed Denwirh Smit as Direct Sales manager. Born and raised in Ladismith in the Western Cape, Smit matriculated at Ladismith High School, after which he studied Marketing at the IMM Graduate School of Marketing.
Popular Pretoria-based radio station Jacaranda FM is spicing up its evening line-up with a brand new entertainment and lifestyle show that will be hosted by Kriya Gangiah and Cassy Clarke from 19:00 to 22:00.
The Argentinians came, they took centre-stage, and they amazed South African audiences with some stellar productions. The resounding success of the Argentinian Cultural Week, which ran from Tuesday, 22 to Saturday, 26 July, marks the beginning of an ongoing programme of artistic collaboration between Argentina and South Africa.
At the end of August, the KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra brings the Durban City Hall to life with the first of its eight Spring Season concerts. A key feature of this season is the return to South Africa of globally renowned violinist Shlomo Mintz after a 15 year absence. He will perform Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto at the opening concert on Thursday, 28 August.
Christa Biyela’s <i>Getting Dirty</i> doesn&#39;t shy away from gritty issues
Christa Biyela’s latest book, titled Getting Dirty, is all about the gritty issues around sex, HIV and AIDS. She believes that the positive way forward is by having open and honest conversations with not only our partners, but also our children.
Dick Mawson’s <i>The Gods who Fell from the Sky</i> makes for inspiring reading
Dick Mawson’s non-fiction debut is nothing short of inspiring. Titled The Gods who Fell from the Sky, it outlines his adventurous life including the loss of both his legs during two separate incidents.
5 minutes with ... Trevor Romain
June sees the release of Trevor Romain's Random Kak I Remember About Growing Up in South Africa by Penguin Books South Africa. He spent a few minutes answering questions about the book and his life.
Five minutes with Mary Watson
Mary Watson's novel, The Cutting Room is hitting shelves this April. She took some time out of her busy scehdule to chat to Media Update about her novel.
<i>Asset</i>
Asset, a new, interactive digital publication for the commercial property industry, has just launched its first issue. The publication represents a pioneering effort in the world of new media through its crossover between the publication itself and the eProp.co.za website and e-newsletter.

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